complete the proof;
Given: Q=T & QR=TR
1.Q=T & QR=TR 1. Given
2. PRQ=SRT 2.Vertical angles are =
3. PRQ=SRT 3. __________
4. PR=SR 4. ___________
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No such thing as 2 points being equal unless they are the same point.
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the =, I used as a congruent sign, I probably should have said that, sorry
Two pairs of angles and the included sides of those angles are congruent.
The triangles are congruent by the ASA Postulate.
What about this:
4. PR=SR Why is that true if you know that the triangles are congruent?
Should be Seg PR ≅ Seg SR
I would have put the ASA on the last one, so I don't know...
@jaadaanmaarie Look in your text at the section on proving corresponding parts of congruent triangle are congruent.
>> I would have put the ASA on the last one, so I don't know...
That will not work. ASA is a way to prove triangles congruent.
That statement for #4 does not say that triangles are congruent.
It says that two segments are congruent and you are supposed to say why.
Whatever the reason, it will have something to do with why the segments have to be congruent.
Yes. Corresponding parts of congruent triangles are congruent.
You can also use "Definition of Congruent Triangles."